Nature is plotting against Australia. After many people were infected with the Coruna virus, and the forest fires affected by the Australian economy, now the floods hit tourism.
So far Australia is still facing many disasters, after facing forest fires that flared up last September, and are still burning.
But thanks to the torrential rains that fell on Australia more than a week ago, many of the massive fires that destroyed forests, thousands of homes and more than a billion animals have been put out.
Corona disasters in Australia fires and floods
However, these rains led to floods that hit Australia's tourism, destroyed homes, streets, and other places that were saved from the fires, and a large number of people in the Australian territories were infected with the deadly and widespread Corona virus in China.
According to abcnews, of the 9.3 million tourists who visited Australia last year, 1.4 million were from China.
Chinese tourism companies are concerned about the possibility of companies being closed if the outbreak of the Corona virus continues for several months, and small companies in areas affected by forest fires lose their income and stop working informally.
Nature is plotting against Australia ... disasters strike some cities again
In spite of the images of the devastating fires that struck Australia aroused sympathy all over the world and international donations, but the holidaymakers deterred and tourism there greatly shrank, and many flights to Australia from a number of countries were canceled due to the fires that struck Australia.
More than 6 months after the first cancellation of tourist trips caused by bush fires, the Corona virus outbreak now threatens to disrupt the recovery of tourism due to its rapid spread in China and its transfer to Australia in a significant number.
The website added, that officials in Australia confirmed that a large number of reservations for restaurants, hotels and air tickets for tourism in Australia were canceled after the events that faced Australia and could not be controlled.